By refusing to sign my non compete, will this restrict me from receiving unemployment benefits

I have been working for my company as a satellite technician for 10 1/2 years. My employer now wants me to sign a non compete. It restricts me from working with any competitor for 2 years and within a 75 mile radius. I have attempted to negotiate and ask questions through email, but the owner has responded that he refuses to answer anything by email nor alter the agreement. No additional incentives were offered by signing, just that I get to keep my job. I have decided not to sign. With this decision will this restrict me from receiving unemployment benefits?

0 answers  |  asked Jul 31, 2015 09:54 AM [EST]  |  applies to Texas

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